Big Railroad Blues, Me & My Uncle, Brown Eyed Women, Beat It On Down The Line, Sugaree, Big River, Here Comes Sunshine, El Paso, Loose Lucy, Jack Straw, Black Peter, Playin' In The Band Let Me Sing*, Weather Report Suite Prelude*-> Weather Report Suite Part 1*-> Let It Grow*, He's Gone-> Truckin'-> The Other One-> Wharf Rat-> Row Jimmy, Casey Jones*, E: One More Saturday Night
SBD -> Rm -> Reel -> PCM -> Dat
Transfer Info: Dat (Sony R500) -> Samplitude v6.0 -> Cool Edit Pro v1.2 -> CD -> EAC -> SHN via Charlie Miller
SBD -> Rm -> Reel -> PCM -> DatTransfer Info: Dat (Sony R500) -> Samplitude v6.0 -> Cool Edit Pro v1.2 -> CD -> EAC -> SHN
July 4, 2022 Subject:
Was that Martin on the sax?
September 21, 2019 Subject:
Old Man's getting on..
A good recording
Can't go wrong with Railroad Blues opener
(Check out R&R West Texas 71 in the 2nd Set Rocker slot)
MAMU-the song you were most likely to hear Stat wise at a Show.
B.E Woman-sounds almost mellow compared to previous tunes.
I love Phil singing all out backing Garcia.
BIODTL-lots of harmonies including Donna Jean
Next highlight for me is the HCS, why did they shelve this?
Never really got loose in the 2nd set and rarely played with WRS.
But what an all out great song.
Somebody picks up on EL PASO riff and starts clapping.
Loose Lucy-I can see why this one got yanked
but what a ballsy tune
Always associate this song with Money Money in 74
those tunes remind me of the old 'Dead & Spread' story.
This a super laid back version
Good Harmonies on "Thank You for a real good time"
Jack Straw- nurtured Europe 72 , so nice here
Like Billy on this a lot !
Wow I wasn't expecting Black Peter-- Jer's vocals!
PITB-These extended versions are great
to me they are like an entire drums>space in the 80's and 90's
Only reason I gave this 4 stars is because I had to switch recordings to get the correct concert sequence for SET TW0 https://archive.org/details/gd1973-09-21.127548.boswell.smith.flac24/gd1973-09-21s1t12.flac
also I would recommend the boswell, it is cleaner
but if you want to crank this raw sounboard to freakin eleven
it is not my place to cast stones..
Overall a quality recording of an East Coast show with horns
July 10, 2016 Subject:
Correct running order for Set 2
FYI, I was at this show and recorded it from the audience. According to my unedited master cassette, the correct running order for Set 2 is: He's Gone > Truckin' > Drums & Bass > The Other One > Wharf Rat > Row Jimmy. Then Doug Sahm's horns joined in for the rest of the set: Let Me Sing Your Blues Away, Weather Report Suite, One More Saturday Night and the encore Casey Jones. It took a few minutes for the crew to set up the mics for the horns, so it makes sense that they would only do this once during the set, rather than at the beginning and then again for the encore. A great show, with the 1973 sound system, the precursor to The Wall Of Sound. There was a large poster of the Wake Of The Flood cover mounted near the top of the black curtain backdrop. Garcia's second solo in Row Jimmy is super sweet!
March 24, 2015 Subject:
Very Nice, Spin It
Highlights: Here Comes Sunshine, Black Peter, WRS, Let It Grow, The Other One, Wharf Rat, Row Jimmy
Reviewer:Half a Mile from Tucson-000
September 30, 2013 Subject:
One More Saturday Night, Chapter 2
A fantastically great recording, but seeing as it is a soundboard and not an audience, that shouldn't be much of a surprise. A well played first set very typical of the era with personal highlights of Sugaree, Jack Straw (Tucson!!!), Here Comes Sunshine and a trippy-n-spacey Playin to end the set. Set two. If I never had to suffer through the drunken bar tune of Let Me Sing Your Blues Away, my life would be that much better. Throwing out Keith's opener, the second set is a solid one from 5 minutes in all the way to the end. The jam in Let It Grow rocks to the point that I could not help but dance. The major sequence of the set, He's Gone> Truckin> Other One> Wharf Rat is exquisite. The band is in top form on this night. The horns were a welcome touch to WRS as Fierro and Ellis were definitely tuned in to the band. I have tapes from other shows where their contributions are all over the board, so it was nice to just hear them on WRS where they knew exactly what the rest of the band was up to.
April 13, 2013 Subject:
very nice slice of 73
Totally amazing LIG in to the most amazing Hes Gone EVER, i mean ever!!!!! very nice loose lucy, warf rat tight, right on 4stars recording 4.5 on style amazing jams 5 just for being the dead.
just turned my best friend onto the dead .with this !!!!!
5 on originality .
April 12, 2013 Subject:
Wharf Rat 1973
Crisp board and Jerry's feeling no pain. Wharf Rat is incredible. This one and 12/2 are so good that they are glorious. Black Peter is well sung and falls on the anniversary of the '72 version. Thank You!
Awesome show.... If only for the LIG, you need to give it a listen. But awesome setlist besides. Dug the horn section, they only did this for a couple of shows, so def. worth checking out......
April 7, 2009 Subject:
DEFINITIVELY A Keeper!
Wonderful show from start to finish... "Magic is what we do and music is how we do it." Great energy... rates among the very best of '73 ... and what a year it was !!
September 22, 2007 Subject:
Found this show yesterday and listened while working. I simply decided to search for a highly rated early show based on the date (9-21) and found this. Not the most scientific of methods but yeilded great results. As to below question of horns, this is what is listed in the notes: Let Me Sing through Let It Grow with Joe Ellis on trumpet and Martin Fierro on saxophone.
Really enjoyed listening to this - show starts good and just keeps building. Vocals a little off in spots but the instrumentally this show is awesome - second half smokes with a Morning Dew I found as top notch. Super Here Comes Sunshine . . . well words don't do it justice (like most GD shows) so just do yourself a favor and listen.
September 22, 2007 Subject:
Bill Kreutzman is awesome
Bill Kreutzman is awesome in this performance. You could hear him great in the mix. No mickey to drown him out. Love mickey and the duo, but during this period Bill steps up by himself, especially in this performance. Snare/kickdrum interaction is clean. They are so complimentary to each other. His timing was great. He's truly one of the great drummers of Rock and Roll. He grooves!
The bands performance was clean also. Horns a nice touch. Who was the horn section? All song were great One more Saturday night a little rough. Sound was good Bass and piano low in mix. Jerry was being beautiful Jerry as always.
Reviewer:Bird Creek, Alaska
September 21, 2007 Subject:
Listen up. Very good energy throughout. Why haven't I listened to this before?
December 11, 2006 Subject:
great Show, one year to the date of Dp36, This may be the sharpest horns show, if not the most dominant one, the LIG is the highligt but a number of other mentionables show up, black peter! He's gone seems average until they pick it up in the back half, leading to truckin>otherone>mindleftbody?>into wharf rat, keith is very up for this one, wRat was in a great place all year, this one rivals 3/26/73 and tben a rarer close into jimmy row, which moves as well as kezar, maybe better. Sugarmag, casey(AWOL) and OMSN follow in more familiar form.
this show is one of the reasons 73 is so sweet.
email me at firstname.lastname@example.org happy to share with some good listeners
June 21, 2005 Subject:
The 2nd to last show of the 1973 fall tour is a keeper. Killer versions of Playin', China>Rider and Other1 as well as rare versions of Big Railroad Blues and Here Comes Sunshine........And as usual, the He's Gone>Truckin' is the shit. Please get this show!
September 20, 2004 Subject:
I'm downloading this show for a friend (his first show!...sure wish I could have seen some from this golden era) and thought I'd get some quick comments on the board. I've only skimmed the show, but I'm hearing a lot of creative sparks and loose playfulness that should make this a worthy download. The Let it Grow with horns smokes and the He's Gone is particularly slinky and sweet. On the downside, the sound is a little hissier than some (still good though), and there are a few painful cuts (end of Playin'). I'm giving it four stars by '73 standards, but that shouldn't discourage anyone...check it out.